quicker, a lot more strident language off the bat. >> you know, ashley, it's not over yet. so he could still do that. i think, again, we're looking at a man who wants to depict iran, which is a great country, persia, and himself as a great man, a great leader who sees the world the way it is, which is controlled by he didn't say it but the united states, you mentioned, hejomonic powers, and everything is rigged against the lower countries of the world who are striving to get out from under the bottom of this. and it also plays into his interpretation of why iran should have at least the capability of having nuclear power. he wouldn't say necessarily nuclear weapons but nuclear power because, after all, the big countries do it. sometimes that type of message, you know, the big guys can do it, why can't we, does resonate with some countries.